Trompeter, now a wholly owned subsidiary of Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions, is a respected producer of RF interconnect products, including RF connectors, patching, cable assemblies and related tools for coaxial, twinax, and triax applications markets worldwide. Trompeter is ISO9001/2000 registered, and also meets the requirements of MIL-I-45208. The company is at 5550 E. McDowell Rd., Mesa AZ.
Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions serve the needs of wireless communications, telephony and data networks, CATV, security systems, health care and industrial facilities with a full spectrum of broadband RF copper and fiber optic connectivity products. For more information, visit www.emersonnetworkpower.com/Connectivity.
CHICAGO, IL (November 5, 2007) --- Trompeter Electronics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions and leading producer of RF interconnect products, has been issued US Patent No. 7,104,826 for a miniaturize BNC connector. Marketed by Trompeter as the UPL250 series, this innovation offers designers of high reliability Voice-Date-Video network equipment and the end-users of this equipment the advantage of 40% gain in connector density (in a given area). The plug connector in the UPL250 series is 60% smaller than a full-size BNC. The new carrier-class UPL250 series (M-BNC) was originally designed to address specific challenges evolving in telco central office space, where the BNC is the well-established workhorse connector. The M-BNC can be used wherever standard BNC’s are currently in use, and can be supported with industry-standard installation tools and practices. In addition to telco and enterprise networks, the M-BNC is also used in HDTV broadcast applications.
The patented miniaturized BNC technology delivers true 75Ω impedance throughout the entire frequency range and outstanding return loss performance. Like Trompeter’s standard size BNC’s, the M-BNC includes a rear view indicator notch for visual inspection to ensure proper alignment and full engagement in the jack.
“As an extension of our flagship UPL220 series, the UPL250 solidifies the leadership role Trompeter products have as the Best in Class DS3 equipment partner to telco service providers,” noted Tom Barber, director of sales for Trompeter. “Both the broadcast and telco markets have recognized the value of our miniaturized product and are actively adopting it in cramped central offices and mobile production vans – places where density is an issue.
The UPL250 series includes straight and right angle plugs, bulkhead cable jacks, straight and right angle PCB mounted jacks, all of which are available in both nickel and gold plated versions. Various between-series adaptors are also available. Samples and information can be obtained by contacting Trompeter's customer service department at 800-982-2629, or through the website at www.trompeter.com.
Trompeter is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions and a respected producer of RF interconnect products, including RF connectors, patching, cable assemblies and related tools for coaxial, twinax, and triax applications markets worldwide. Trompeter is ISO9001/2000 registered, and also meets the requirements of MIL-I-45208. The company is co-located with Semflex, a sister company, at 5550 E. McDowell Rd., Mesa AZ. For product information and ordering call 800-982-2629 or visit the website at www.trompeter.com.
Emerson’s Connectivity products serve the needs of wireless communications, telephony and data networks, CATV, defense, security systems, health care and industrial customers globally with a broad range of radio frequency, microwave and fiber optic interconnect components and assemblies. www.emersonnetworkpower.com/Connectivity
Emerson (NYSE: EMR), based in St. Louis, is a global leader in bringing technology and engineering together to provide innovative solutions to customers through its network power, process management, industrial automation, climate technologies, and appliance and tools businesses. For more information, visit www.emerson.com.